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Bed Bugs in Rental Couch Leaves IN Family Marked, My Cleaning Products Recommends Pesticide-Exempt Spray to Kill Bed Bugs Readily

August 29, 2013

Bed bugs in a rental couch in Indiana reportedly left a family with bed bug bites all over. Knowing that other bed bug victims could be in the same predicament, My Cleaning Products advised to everyone the use of a pesticide-exempt product.

Indianapolis, IN (PRWEB) August 29, 2013

A woman in Indiana learned the hard way that it isn't ideal to bring home used items. Based on a report from wsbt.com published on August 28, 2013, she leased a couch and consequently, opened her home to bed bugs. Knowing that the same thing could have happened to others, My Cleaning Products recommended to the public a pesticide-exempt product to effectively and safely kill the pests.

It was said in the report that the woman simply identified herself as Stacey in the fear that news of bed bugs in her home would affect her business, My Cleaning Products shared. However, she determined that she rented the infested couch at Rent-A-Center, it detailed.

The news stated that Stacey discovered about the infestation a month after she leased the furniture when she found some of the critters on her curtain, MCP relayed. Nonetheless, her detection was late as she and other members of her family already got bed bug bites all of over their bodies, it added.

Following her discovery of the crawlies, the report stated that Stacey then phoned the company and the couch was removed from her house, related MCP. As it shared, Rent-A-Center also paid for the inspection of her house. Despite that, it said, based on her statement, that the company did not recognize the infestation in their rental couch.

Here is an excerpt from the post Bed Bugs Found in Rental Couch by My Cleaning Products:

“Bed bugs are everywhere these days. They show up in hospitals, hotels, residences and even in unexpected places as offices, stores, theaters and buses. Because of that, you always need to be extra careful not to pick them up.

One way to keep those critters away is to not bring second-hand items to your house. But sadly for one woman in Indiana, she learned that the hard way.”

According to My Cleaning Products, used items could be from places infested by bed bugs. So, rather than risking your home to the pests' presence, it's best not to let any of them in unless thoroughly inspected, it said.

However, besides the used items, MCP stated that those critters could hitchhike unnoticed on many other things. Hence, it said that everyone must always be ready to kill bed bugs. And to make the process effective and safe, it advised the public to have the pesticide-exempt Bed Bug Bully prepared.

As the company stated, Bed Bug Bully is not like the other spray pesticides. It does not contain strong chemicals the reason why it is considered as pesticide-exempt and is safe for health and the environment, it explained.

Nonetheless, even without chemical ingredients, it stressed that it is truly effective. Pest-control companies, hotels and hospitals have proven that true, it said. EPA too has already classified it under FIFRA 25(b), it shared.

Moreover, to it prove it true that Bed Bug Bully is indeed effective and safe, MCP also urged everyone to try it. It detailed that Bed Bug Bully Complimentary Samples are available for everyone at MyCleaningProducts.com.

For the original version on PRWeb visit: http://www.prweb.com/releases/kill-bed-bugs/08-28-13/prweb11073334.htm


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